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October 31, 2019

Behind the Closet Door

T.C. McMullen

Murray turned the front doorknob with trembling hands and opened it just a crack to the night beyond. Sweat rose on his forehead and trickled down his temples. He glanced all around to be sure no one stood on the cracked sidewalk outs...

August 4, 2018

I remember being a kid and being super excited when I got my first brand new shiny bike (yes, that was a thing in my day).  A few weeks ago, I felt that same excitement only the shiny thing was not a bike or any mode of transportation. This was a washing machine. Front...

June 19, 2018

I started a job in advertising a year ago and had a couple things about myself become very clear. The first was that I'm capable of handling big things in a short amount of time. The second - I am totally incapable of doing the exact same thing the exact same way twice...

August 3, 2017

Life gets hectic, we all know this. More and more it’s crazy for people.  Jobs, school, demands of home, family, and/or friends. Too many of us charge through, day in and day out, and too often there’s this thing called burn-out that happens. But we keep going. 


July 20, 2017

Life changes. I mean, we all know this - right? Things never stay the same forever. Children grow up. We grow older. Jobs change. Relationships fluctuate. Friends fade away. Loved ones pass away. 

It's when everything happens at once that it gets harder. 

In my younger y...

June 27, 2017

My first book was a psychological thriller I wrote shortly after I graduated high school. To this date, Whispers of Insanity is my shortest novel and the only novel that has only a male main lead. I didn't purposely choose to do it that way, I just knew the story belon...

June 21, 2017

A few years ago, while I was writing the Disillusionment Series, I set myself up for some misery. It wasn't the same old stare at a blank screen until you bleed misery, no, this was painting myself into a corner.  See, I wrote Daughter of Gods, Book One and Starlight a...

June 20, 2017

Mankind as a whole tends to be viewed as advanced - right? I mean, we've populated a planet, erecting houses, skyscrapers and other constructions. We've electrified and lit up a good portion of the dry land so brightly it's seen from space, we've connec...

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